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Pimco expande oferta de fondos en Colombia

Pimco ha tenido presencia en el país desde al menos 2012.

Fund Flash: Schroders and Pictet exits/US groups eye $40bn UK firm

Citywire Americas rounds-up the biggest news in the funds and Ucits investment universe as reported by Citywire’s global publications this week.

Pimco expands Colombia fund offering

The firm has had permission to market other funds in Colombia since 2012.

Banchile plans structured product based on Pimco Income fund

The product appears to be Banchile's first vehicle with structured notes on a mutual fund.

Gundlach rules out recession for now, cautions on high yield

'Bond king' Jeffrey Gundlach said no recession was likely soon, but flagged possible signs of a downturn in late 2018.

Focus on Pimco fund flows: biggest inflows and outflows revealed

Citywire Selector compares the three-year returns of major AM firms’ funds with their popularity among investors.

Bond giant Gundlach latest to bash bitcoin mania

US investor joins JPM chief in criticising cryptocurrency.

Gundlach: emerging market debt is overvalued

Jeffrey Gundlach thinks risky assets like emerging markets and high-yield debt are overvalued.

Gundlach plays down HY fears

Bond guru Jeffrey Gundlach looks to emerging markets and infrastructure bonds, and dampens down fears of a high yield meltdown.

JPM's Iain Stealey: behind the bond star's winning performance

The writing is, once again, on the wall for bond markets in 2017, with many investors insisting the 30-year bull bond market is finally about to catch a cold. JP Morgan Asset Management’s Iain Stealey isn’t buying it though